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littoral of or relating to a shore, as of a lake, sea, or ocean. [2 definitions]
liturgical of, relating to, or constituting formal public worship or liturgy. [2 definitions]
liturgy a form of worship for a public church service, usu. including prayers, scripture, songs, and the like. [2 definitions]
livable suitable or acceptable for living in or with; habitable; comfortable. [2 definitions]
live1 to have life or to remain alive; exist in an active state. [10 definitions]
live2 being alive; possessing life. [6 definitions]
-lived having a life of (such) a kind or length.
live high on (or off) the hog (informal) to live in a wealthy or extravagant style or manner.
live in to live and sleep in the same place where one works, usually the private home of one's employer.
live it up to enjoy oneself in an unrestrained or carefree way.
livelihood means of subsistence.
live load any variable weight added to the intrinsic weight of a structure, such as people in a building or moving traffic on a bridge. (Cf. dead load.)
livelong whole; entire; complete.
lively full of life or vitality. [6 definitions]
liven to make more lively or energetic; rouse; inspirit (often fol. by "up"). [2 definitions]
liven up to make (someone or something) more lively, exciting, or energetic. [2 definitions]
live oak any of various evergreen oaks of the southeastern or southwestern United States. [2 definitions]
liver1 a large reddish brown organ in vertebrates that secretes bile and cleanses the blood and is located in the abdominal cavity. [3 definitions]
liver2 someone who lives in a particular, specified manner. [2 definitions]
liver3 comparative of "live2".
liveried clothed in livery, as a servant.